1998 BMW Z3 Roadster

Pre-facelift 2.8 example with manual 'box from ten year ownership showing just 80,602 miles with electric hood and Oxblood leather interior

Supplied new by Derek Woodman BMW of Blackpool in February 1998 this 1st generation BMW Z3 features the potent range topping (bar the Z3M version) 2.8 litre M52B28 straight six engine developing 189bhp and 275Nm of torque driving the rear wheels through 5-speed ZF manual transmission.

Finished in Actic Silver metallic the car features chromed air vents on the wing and wears an attractive set of after market 18inch CSL style alloy wheels which fill the arches well and black mohair hood. Inside, the car is well optioned including oxblood leather seats with electric seat bases, oxblood door cards, two-stage heated seats, electric soft-top, traction control, BMW Business radio/CD, electric windows and mirrors.

The car indicates just 80,602 miles and was actually purchased from us in our March 2011 Classic Car Sale by our vendor with 63,000 miles recorded. The history file includes the V5C showing 6 former keepers to our vendor of 10 years, the owner’s pack with manuals and service book revealing 13 stamps, the last two of which are undated by Presteigne Gates Ltd.

We also find 9 old MOTs and a few bills for routine maintenance from 2010 and before. The current MOT expires in September 2021 with 19 advisories worth considering. Go to check-mot.service.gov.uk and enter the registration to view for yourself.

Bar the bits highlighted on the MOT the car is presentable featuring a good working hood, nice interior and classic good looks.

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Reg No: OKZ3847
Chassis Number: WBACJ32040LB7766
Engine Number: 26748815
Engine Size: 2793
Docs: V5C; owner's pack & service book with 13 old stamps; old bills; 2 keys; 9 old MOTs; current MOT Sept 2021 with 19 advisories

Estimate: £3,000+

Lot 155

Lot ended

Thursday 05/08/2021

Hammer Price (inc. buyers premium)

Not Sold

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